The Pakistan Cricket Board has issued a show cause notice to the former Pakistan skipper, Younis Khan for his inappropriate conduct of leaving the ongoing Pakistan Cup over poor umpiring issue.
PCB released a statement on Monday that Younis Khan has talked to the Chairman PCB, Shahryar Khan over a phone call and has apologized for his act. The statement also said that he showed his willingness to play in the Pakistan Cup, being an advisor to the Chairman PCB for cricketing issues.
PCB has slapped the veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan with a show cause notice, he was already imposed a 50% of the match fee and now he has been stopped to play again in the tournament.
The board has asked the 38 year-old to give explanation in the next seven days.
Ahmed Shehzad has taken over the captaincy of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan Cup in absence of Younis Khan.